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13.3. Performing a driver update during installation

You can perform a driver update during installation in the following ways:
  • let the installer automatically find a driver update disk.
  • let the installer prompt you for a driver update.
  • use a boot option to specify a driver update disk.
  • select a PXE target that includes a driver update.

13.3.1. Let the installer automatically find a driver update disk

Attach a block device with the filesystem label OEMDRV before starting the installation process. The installer will automatically examine the device and load any driver updates that it detects and will not prompt you during the process. Refer to Section, “Preparing to use an image file on local storage” to prepare a storage device for the installer to find.

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